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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #240 on: 03/21/2011 11:34 pm »
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #241 on: 03/21/2011 11:48 pm »
and out of webcam view, have to say live coverage has been a bit disappointing

a few different camera angles would have been good...agreed.. its not like they don't have the web cams available... I sometimes wonder myself why they don't plan these things out a little bit better... oh well... we get what we get...
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #244 on: 03/22/2011 03:05 am »
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #245 on: 03/22/2011 03:55 am »

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #246 on: 03/22/2011 06:02 am »
Article on the flow and fine-tuning plans for the range issue from STS-133:
http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2011/03/sts-134-39a-managers-to-avoid-countdown-drama/
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #247 on: 03/22/2011 12:23 pm »
current shot this morning...
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #248 on: 03/22/2011 09:21 pm »

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #249 on: 03/22/2011 09:24 pm »
And how they get now the payload into the shuttle? Are the doors of this container not on the wrong side now? Are there any information available about vertical processing at pad?

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #250 on: 03/22/2011 09:25 pm »
Yes, use the search function here and peruse the Q&A thread.

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #251 on: 03/22/2011 10:38 pm »
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #252 on: 03/22/2011 11:01 pm »
AMS & ELC-3 in the PCR, and in the last photo, installed in the PGHM! :)

It's been a long wait, there were times I thought I'd never see AMS in the PCR.
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #253 on: 03/23/2011 03:13 am »
canister has been moved away from the PCR, ready to be lowered

http://science.ksc.nasa.gov/shuttle/countdown/video/

Edit: lowering
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #254 on: 03/23/2011 03:32 am »

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #255 on: 03/23/2011 03:42 am »
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #256 on: 03/23/2011 03:58 am »

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #257 on: 03/23/2011 08:43 am »
There is rumour that Roskosmos has asked NASA to delay STS-134 launch by 10 days, because Progress M-10M launch can not be delayed and its docking should be on April 29.

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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #258 on: 03/23/2011 09:04 am »
There is rumour that Roskosmos has asked NASA to delay STS-134 launch by 10 days, because Progress M-10M launch can not be delayed and its docking should be on April 29.


Hmm, help me understand this....

Are you talking about a progress launch that has slipped from its originally intended launch date?

Or are you mixing up with the somewhat delayed Soyuz launch currently targeting the 4th?

If that progress docking had been slated for the 29th, that would been a constraint to 134 launch on the 19th all along and as such that date would never been targeted in the first place.

Not questioning your information, just trying to wrestle out the full story here.
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Re: STS-134: Pad Flow Latest (Rollout to S0007)
« Reply #259 on: 03/23/2011 10:06 am »
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